Asset Management – How many keys do you manage?

While training an existing customer recently on the Asset Module and its functionality I was surprised to discover Philip (based in the UK) had been managing over 300 sets of keys manually for years along with hundreds of other assets. Can you imagine… many keys do you manage?

Philip works for Christ Church Oxford

Christ Church Oxford is officially the oldest building using WhosOnLocation Visitor Management software – Christ Church was originally founded by Cardinal Wolsey as Cardinal’s College in 1524. The college buildings took over the site of St. Frideswide’s Monastery, which was suppressed by Wolsey to fund his college….making the building over 491 years old.

During the English Civil War (1642-1646) King Charles I lived at Christ Church. He held his Parliament in the Great Hall and attended services in the Cathedral. After the war and the restoration of the monarchy in 1660, the College was rewarded for its loyalty to the House of Stuart by being able to raise enough money to complete the main quadrangle (Tom Quad).

Christ Church has had many students who have subsequently gone on to achieve considerable fame. Among these are the philosopher John Locke, religious leaders John Wesley and William Penn and the writers W.H. Auden and Lewis Carroll. Albert Einstein studied at Christ Church briefly in the 1930s. The College also has a close connection with government. Christ Church has produced 13 Prime Ministers and numerous Cabinet ministers, Bishops and civil servants………..

Quite a lot of history with this building….

Imagine being able to manage your assets where you can create an electronic list of your assets making it really easy to bring up an item by scanning a bar code so you can assign the asset out to an employee, contractor or visitor quickly and efficiently.

asset1 - list of assets recently issued


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